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NowCar 2024 Jeep Wrangler 392 Rubicon Final Edition

Jeep Ends the Wrangler 392 Rubicon with a Final Edition

Written By, Jordan R

Here we go again! Another automaker is announcing a final edition of one of their beloved models. As Stellantis moves ever closer to fulfilling its Dare Forward 2030 business strategy, more and more automakers will be closing the gap between all-gasoline models and battery-electric vehicles (BEVs). Even Chrysler is getting in on the plan with its new Halcyon concept. The latest to join the craze is Jeep®, lowering the flag for the one and only Wrangler 392 Rubicon. With a sendoff like no other, the Wrangler 392 Rubicon Final Edition just might be the last time Jeep sells this model ever again.

“Jeep Wrangler 392 remains atop the mountain in terms of all-out performance, power and unmatched capability. These are game-changing strengths that our most impassioned Jeep enthusiasts asked us for, and that the competition was unable to match…To celebrate the existence of this powerhouse, we’re sending the raucous, 392-powered Wrangler off in style with this special Final Edition, limited to just 3,700 units globally.” - Bill Peffer, senior vice president and head of Jeep brand – North America

We say, just might, because we’ve seen this before. Dodge claimed the last generation of the Dodge Charger would be the last all-gasoline version of the vehicle ever again, and lo and behold, the newest generation of the 2025 Dodge Charger is powered by a 3.0-liter Twin Turbo Hurricane engine. They just can’t let it go. On the other hand, Jeep was the first big automaker to start releasing electrified versions of its favorite models, like the Wrangler 4xe and Grand Cherokee 4xe, so this off-road automaker may be a little more permanent about ending the Wrangler 392 Rubicon.

The Jeep® Wrangler 392 special, limited-production Final Edition is a little pricey for most consumers, listed with a starting MSRP of $99,995 (plus destination fee). However, Jeep doesn’t hold back when it comes to the features and equipment this final edition of the Wrangler 392 Rubicon comes with. Some consumers may recognize some features from the Jeep Xtreme 35 package, such as bronze 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels wrapped in 35-inch BFGoodrich all-terrain tires, but the Final Edition comes with much more. Starting off with unique Final Edition hood and front fender vent decals, the exterior comes with an 8,000-pound-capacity Warn winch, a Mopar triple loop grille guard, and Mopar heavy-duty rock sliders.

Inside the Jeep Wrangler 392 Rubicon Final Edition, consumers get the complete package with 12-way power performance seats trimmed in Black Nappa leather. A little extra style is added to the interior appearance with new Mayan gold stitching and Tupelo highlights throughout the cabin. Like all limited edition models, the final Wrangler 392 Rubicon gets a little something to mark this as a special model – a shifter medallion and swing gate plaque. Speaking of the swing gate, there’s also a Mopar fold-out swing gate table and Mopar Jeep 83-piece toolkit added to make this final edition one-of-a-kind. Also, don’t forget the tech, adding a 12.3-inch Uconnect touchscreen infotainment system to complete the set.

Don’t worry about performance. The Jeep Wrangler 392 Rubicon Final Edition is still powered by the 6.4-liter V8 engine able to deliver 470 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque, able to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds, and complete a quarter mile run in 13.0 seconds. Built with a 48:1 crawl ratio for maximum torque on any kind of terrain or road condition, the Wrangler 392 Rubicon Final Edition also comes with a half-inch suspension lift, resulting in 11.6 inches of ground clearance and 34.5 inches of water fording. No adventure is too great for this final edition.

We know, it’s very pricey. So, for consumers who want a great Jeep, but don’t want to shell out $100k, we’ve got your back at NowCar. Consumers can shop for a new Jeep online with NowCar any day for a great price.

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